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CNN
Sep 22, 2013 8:00am PDT
quote and the state is playing it by old rules and trying to use criminalization of this kind of reporting and using an injunction or threatening to use injunctions and it's simply
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote and what the president has asked us to do and i believe it is the only way we can reassure our citizens that the intelligence community is using its tools appropriately. the rules of oversight that govern and ensure that we do what the people want us to do, protect our nation security and our people's liberties. spy on anyone except for valid foreign intelligence
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2013 8:00pm EDT
quote using chemical weapons. president obama did not draw a red line. humanity drew it decades ago, 170-some countries supporting the convention on not using chemical weapons. it is really something that from a humanitarian standpoint cannot be ignored, or else we cannot
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
quote decades. in some cases, the n.s.a. is using its power and influence as the world's best code maker to set standards that only it knows how to break. in other cases, it's getting into servers and taking encryption keys. it's using secret court orders, in some cases through its
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
quote technologies we all use, not just for internet banking and to protect medical records and electronic voting systems, but that we actually, as you pointed out, use for everyday internet communications like e-mail or internet chats, et cetera. >> how does the n.s.a. do this?
FOX News
Sep 4, 2013 6:00am PDT
quote line. the world set a red line when governments representing 98% of the word's population said the use of chemical weapons are abhorrent and passed a treaty forbidding their use, even when countries are engaged in war. congress set a red line when it
CNBC
Sep 25, 2013 4:00pm EDT
quote hour with eric schmidt. send us an e-mail or tweet. tell us what you want to hear
CNN
Sep 30, 2013 6:00am PDT
quote suspected of a crime. >> reporter: in this nsa powerpoint presentation shows how they use a person's social information to track their personal information. according the leaks of government contractor information leaked by eric snowedden. when there is a link between an
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote mandate that any query using a u.s. person's name or e- mail a dress can be done only
PBS
Sep 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
quote put forth establishing a multilateral civil framework for internet governance and use as well as measures to ensure effective protection of the data and information trafficking through the internet.
CNBC
Sep 25, 2013 4:00pm EDT
quote . google asked, we want to legally tell you how much the courts ask us for information. we can't even legally answer that question. i think we would be stronger as a country with more transparency about what we're doing. i really believe that. i disagree with the security folks who say, we can't tell people that. they already know. we're stronger when people know what's going on and they're helping us make it better. >> it's also not fair to a company like google to put you
PBS
Sep 24, 2013 5:00pm PDT
quote >> what we have before us, mr. president, is a serious case of violation of human rights and civil liberties, a case of invasion and capture of confidential secrets, information pertaining to business activities. and above all, a case of disrespect to national sovereignty of my country. we have let the u.s. government know about our protest noby didn't -- by announcing and demanding that such actions will
CSPAN
Sep 12, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote leaks and where we're going. we have a lot to do. we ask you all to be there with us. we have a lot more to do to communicate with the american public.
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
quote it's using secret court orders, in some cases through its intermeadaries, to grab encryption keys from private companies and in some cases, it's working hand in hand with companies to embed itself into encryption chips that scramble information for much of the world's businesses and governments or working with companies to build in custom solutions that give it preencrimented access to communications. this has all been done in secret. so as we point out in our article, two decades ago, we as
CSPAN
Sep 26, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote compliance regime is going to be key to that. does this give us authority to collect new records? the court has said hold off if you want to do cell site data.
Al Jazeera America
Sep 11, 2013 9:00pm EDT
quote phone calls to gather suspicion, that they would then use to look into your phone calls. the if that sounds circular, it is because it is. >> everyleahey has already stepped up and said look, this is the sort of bulk collection
PBS
Sep 6, 2013 10:00pm PDT
quote are used by businesses, banks, social media and other kinds of online commerce. for example, it's often assumed that when you purchase a product online or bank online with a secured and locked h.t.t.p.s. connection, you have protected your password and financial information. but the news reports say the n.s.a. can unlock that information. nicole perlroth is a cybersecurity reporter with "the new york times."
SFGTV2
Sep 19, 2013 10:30am PDT
we are so excited to use it as a final policy document and land document in the city. thank you very much. >> commissioners and director ram, strictly speaking as a public resident and long time resident of the bay view community, i also was a part of this process. i think all of us need to congratulate the health department and the planning department. it has taken a tremendous echoing what the previous speaker said and here we are before you now to give you a blessing on this important milestone in the city and county of san francisco. yes, barbara garcia, mr. ram and also the staff, please stand up. commissioner guy. the reason i'm here is to look at the way the bay view hunters community is to look at the concern on the health and disparity in the community. this problem looks at the community citywide. we feel strongly and a lot of people here today that this master plan is a map, is a road map for us to move forward in this city and i also say that it can also be a model for the region and for the country as well. so congratulations. we hope that you will give this plan yo
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2013 8:00pm EDT
quote us with his presentation this morning, that he does not take going into a military action lightly, that there are compelling reasons. the intelligence is clear that assad perpetrated this attack using weapons of mass destruction, really. weapons of mass destruction, deterring their use, is a pillar of our national security. assad has done that. that is a differentiation from what he has done up until now. people say he killed 100,000 people, so what is the difference with this 1400? this 1400, he crossed the line with using chemical weapons. president obama did not draw a red line. humanity drew it decades ago, 170-some countries supporting the convention on not using chemical weapons. it is really something that from a humanitarian standpoint cannot be ignored, or else we cannot say never again. secondly, from a national security standpoint, it sends a clear message to those who have weapons of the structure of any variety that they should forget about using them. it was a very constructive meeting. the president listened to our colleagues. the speaker was very clear, and i am su
SFGTV
Sep 21, 2013 3:30pm PDT
comments and staff got back to us and we went back and forth and they acknowledged our issues and in the revised version. i want to thank everyone for this impressive document. thank you. >> thank you. any other speakers? public comment closed we'll open up for commissioners questions and comments. commissioner antonini? >> i have some questions in general about this document. there is a different between city owned medical facilities and non-city owned medical facilities. i guess my concern is that we talk about this eligible for development initiative and some things that would have to be met by institutions that qualify in terms of square footage new buildings or additions. but, my concern is this where would this go? an example was brought up to changing a medical facility to pool hall. i'm concerned about a medical facility who wanted to locate on the siting by the corridor on the street where you are told you can't do that because there are too many medical institutions. many of our hospitals do not just deal with san francisco residents. many people come from outside the ci
CSPAN
Sep 15, 2013 11:00am EDT
quote where we're going. we have a lot to do. we ask you all to be there with us. we have a lot more to do to communicate with the american public.
Al Jazeera America
Sep 6, 2013 7:30pm EDT
addiction or a disorder? >> our producer wajahat ali, we use it a lot but we asked our community how much they used it and what did you finder out? >> we have to acknowledge the bitter irony, that a social media show is talking about social media addictions. a pupil showed that in 2005, 9% of the youth is on social media, now it's to 89%. in 2009, only 1% of seniors are using social media and that's moved up to 83%. and chris, social media is just a neutral tool. it exacerbates loneliness but is also a powerful connect. you the viewer at home you are connecting with us because of one of our guess dats ricky davis all the followers are flooding my twitter feed. he will be on today's show but as always you are the third host of the show and you drive the conversation with your discussion. as always, by live tweeting us by using ajam stream. >> how long could you do without social media, an hour, a day, a week, do you experience anxiety when viewing your twitter feed? >> wait. my instagram feed is over in an hour. >> hey, want to do a photo shoot of me? instagram. >> that's a i satirica
Al Jazeera America
Sep 13, 2013 5:00am EDT
u.n. treaty banning their use. four men convicted of gang rape and killing a woman in india are sentenced to death and it happened on a bus moving at the time in new deli if december the men will appeal. the taliban has responsibility on an attack in afghanistan on u.s. consulate and 8 died including five attackers. 20 years ago a historic agreement was reached between the israelis and palestinians that meant to harold a just lasting and comprehensive peace settlement and called the oslo-accord and it was this 1993 and arafat and seen as a diplomatic master and a permanent deal for two states and to people. the so called two-state solution. 20 years on that goal is still far from sight. in that time the number of israelis settlers in lands in the 1967 war is more than doubled and it's very much a sticking point in the talks. israeli people have soured relations in the gaza war in 2008 and those who control the strip does not participate in negotiations and we can speak to ali in jeresulum and welcome to al jazeera and i will ask you first what has the oslo accord achieved? >> i
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 7:30pm EDT
al jazeera america. hi. i am lisa fletcher. you are in "the stream" in the midst of so us serious conversation, you asked us to host a stream conversation on it. we have syrians and syrian americans for some candid insight. >> johada lee. the community has been asking for a show that includes people who are experiencing what's going on right inside syria rather than us just talking about it from a distance. as we were watching the activity, it seems so many people are against intervention >> ever since we lost our show, every day, the community has been asking us to cover syria. >> no exaggeration >> a sample. allen asked for syria. amanda, syria. nicole, please discuss syria. alia, and we are all watching about syria. this is a mass relevance map. it shows in real lifetime exactly all social media active ty about syria. these red dots, it's concentrated in north america. here is a trends map. here is where syria is being discussed all around north america on twitter. >> the words, the darker the black, the more people are talking about it? >> there you go. it's l.a. my beloved ba
Al Jazeera America
Sep 3, 2013 5:00pm EDT
the panel, including secretary kerry as it considers a resolution on the use of force against syria. >> as a photograph that is riveted in my mind, as a father and grandfather of the children on the floor in shrouds, victims of this chemical agent and gas attack. what the administration is asking us for is military authority to launch additional attacks. what have you been charged with in terms of the issue of collateral damage from the attacks as it would affect incident people and civilians in the nation of syria? >> senator, the guidance that we have received on targetting is to maintain a collateral damage estimate of lull. i briefly, on how we come up with our assessments of collateral damage - it's based on how much we know about a target through intelligence, its proximity to civilian structures and weapons effects as we decide what weapons to use against it. collateral damage estimate of low is that, we'll keep collateral damage lower than a certain number - wii i'd -- which i would rather share in a constrained setting. it is a separate issue damage to regime personnel. thi
SFGTV
Sep 21, 2013 11:30pm PDT
happen in land use terms because i don't want to put another barrier for development for health care facilities might be beneficial to the city or to many people who are needing health care services. and in particular there was some talk about the obviously having a cultural diverse facility, but how specific would it be? would you be telling institutions that they have to have bilingual staff. i want to know how much teeth is in it. >> thank you for your comments commissioner antonini. the way ween -- envision is for three possible outcomes. the first is incentives, culturally competent care and serving vulnerable patience. it doesn't mean it's not consistent. if it locates in a place that has sufficient services that is not intended to serve a high needs population, it wouldn't ju be eligible for this model. it's skill consistent. projects that harm health or health care access in san francisco are those that would be deemed inconsistent. consistent applications move forward in the normal incentive in the mormal planning process. it's the ones recommended for incentives is wha
CNN
Sep 4, 2013 10:00am PDT
making the same arguments, the united states must respond militarily to syria's use of chemical weapons against its own people. the arguments we heard yesterday. they're going into a little bit more elaboration today. dana bash is standing by. even as they're arguing on the house side, there seems to be a setback of sorts for the president's call for a resolution of approval on the senate side from john mccain. what's going on? >> reporter: sounds like they're in the prosacess of working it out. there was a meeting that lasted over three hours today. what john mccain said coming out of this briefing is that he has a very specific addition he wants and that is he wants to put in that part of the u.s. goal is to reverse bashar al-assad's advances on the battlefield. he said it's something the president assured him in his policy inside the white house and he said it's critical for him to have that in there. the top republican was positive about the fact they would get consensus. they will see that committee to reconvene probably first in closed session and afterwards open for the c
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2013 8:00pm EDT
use of military force in syria again this morning when president obama met ath congressional leaders the white house and concluded with secretary of state john kerry and the secretary of testifyingck hagel before the senate foreign relations committee this afternoon. our coverage for the next several hours includes mr. obama's comments before the meetings with members of congress. then members of the senate foreign relations committee here dempsey and secretaries john kerry and chuck hagel. we start with the president up the white house saying his confident about the resolution this week. want to thank the leaders of both parties for being here today to discuss what is a very serious issue facing the united states and the fact that i had a chance to speak to many of year- round congress as a whole is taking this issue with the soberness and seriousness that it deserves is greatly appreciated and indicates the position for us to present this to congress. as secretary kerry made clear in his presentation last week, we thathigh confidence seriously used in an indiscriminate fash
Al Jazeera America
Sep 4, 2013 12:30pm EDT
states senate. so both of us are especially sensitive to never again asking any member of congress to vote on faulty intelligence. that is why our intelligence community took time. that's why the president took time, to make certain of the facts and make certain of this case and to declassify unprecedented amounts of information in order to scrub and rescrub the evidence and present the facts to the american people and especially to the congress. through you to the american people. we have declassified unprecedented amounts of information, some of it, i might add, not because initially that might have been the instinct in the sense of protecting sources and methods, but some leaked. after its leaking, we thought it was important to verify whether it was true or not. so by now you've heard a great deal from me and others in the administration about the comprehensive evidence that we have collected in the days following the attack on august 21st, so i'm not going to go through all of it again right now. i'm happy to discuss it further, if any of you have any questions, but i can tell yo
MSNBC
Sep 30, 2013 2:30am PDT
quote -mails have been collected by the nsa. this information can be used to pinpoint a person's exact location. here's the catch. it can also detect who a person is traveling with at any given time. if that wasn't enough, more
CNN
Sep 1, 2013 8:00am PDT
quote to use the internet to destroy privacy and monitor everything that we're doing, it really radically changes our relationship to the governments around the world and the kind of life we can live and i think that's why the debate has been as intense and global as it's been.
PBS
Sep 19, 2013 5:30pm EDT
backlog is directly attributable to the state police because they choose to use 17 different databases to do this background. you go to pennsylvania, seven seconds to do a background check." (rydell) "in a statement, the state police says this complaint has no merit and they say the procedures have been reviewed by the attorney general's office and found to be appropriate. in annapolis, john rydell, fox45 news at 5:30." how much water... can... a... vacant house use? according ...to the city... . nearly... 40... thousand dollars. this house... on... north montford avenue ...near... east oliver street ... has... been vacant... for at least... two years.../. the owner ...lives in new york.../. but... the... property manager ...just opened ...a bill... for nearly 40 - grand..../ she quickly... called the utility company.. looking for an explanation... for the outrageous bill. (ms. stratemeyer) "i've been told that they've done an audit and they've been catching mistakes like this and that we should not have to worry about things like this, that a lot of money has been invested i
PBS
Sep 8, 2013 5:30pm PDT
quote , blackberries, and on devices using google's android operating system. the magazine says its report is based on top secret nsa documents that it has seen. >>> on friday google announced that it has accelerated efforts to encrypt all its data. that followed earlier reports about nsa abilities to break digital locks. a google vice president compared the situation to "an arms race" between the company and
FOX News
Sep 19, 2013 3:00am PDT
quote occurred. so if they are trying to find out things about all of us, some of whom are bad, most of whom are good, they can do so without complying with the constitution because they're trying to gather intelligence. so this argument, the constitution only restrains the government when it is investigating a crime that has already been committed, but it does not restrain the government when it's trying to stop a crime before it happened, that's absurd. that violates 230 years of constitutional history because the government has taken an oath to uphold the
SFGTV2
Sep 29, 2013 8:30am PDT
, we can ride our bikes there and then we can take muni home and it even shows us how to take the bikes on the bus, so simple right here on my phone. >> neat. we can finish making travel plans over dinner, now let's go eat. >> how about about that organic vegan gluten free rest rft. >> can't we go to the food truck. >> do you want to walk or take a taxi. >> there is an alert right here telling us there is heavy traffic in soma. >> let's walk there and then take a taxi or muni back. >> that new website gives us a lot of options. >> it sure does and we can use it again next weekend when we go to see the giants. there is a new destination section on the website that shows us how to get to at&t park. >> there is a section, and co information on parking and all kinds of stuff, it is so easy to use that even you can use it. >> that is smart. >> are you giving me a compliment. >> i think that i am. >> wow, thanks. >> now you can buy dinner. sfmta.com. access useful information, any all right. thank you for coming thank you for coming and exercising is unveiling of our office. this is off
NBC
Sep 22, 2013 5:00am EDT
in the sachet, hang it in your closet, put it in the drawer-- never see a moth. you don't want to use mothballs. mothballs are poisonous to kids and pets. o.k.-- if you want to get rid of earwigs, a you have to do is take some paper towel and toilet paper holders, fill it with straw, leave it anywhere you have an earwig problem. they'll crawl in there and go to sleep at night, then you come out the next morning with a bucket, soapy bucket of water and drop them in there and that'll kill 'em off. >> page 176. if you hate earwigs-- and i do-- it's right here in the book. >> now with grains and flours, the government will allow certain insect parts and eggs to be in there. >> you're kidding. >> you can't avoid it, so they do allow it. now, in order to get r of them, take a piece of spearmint gum, put spearmint gum in the container and believe it or not, they won't hatch, they won't come out. >> all you have to do is take a stick of gum and do that? >> that's all you've got to do. cockroaches. all you have to do to get rid of cockroaches is to use some hot sauce and water, spray any area
NBC
Sep 14, 2013 3:00am EDT
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CSPAN
Sep 4, 2013 8:00pm EDT
us in hd. >> the senate foreign relations committee voted today to grant the president authority to launch a limited military strike in syria. in response to their governments use of chemical weapons against civilians. this would commit 90 days of military action and prohibit the deployment of ground streets. this is one hour 45 minutes. [inaudible] [laughter] >> the committee has rules against electronic games. >> this meeting of the senate foreign relations committee will come to order. in the last you days, the committee has come together in a spirit of bipartisanship and drafted a resolution to authorize the use of limited military force in syria that i believe can achieve bipartisan support. there will be obviously through our process here on the committee, an amendment process, but it is my expectation that we will be able to achieve the goals largely set out by the resolution. the spirit in which all members have come to this issue. this is one of the most weigh tiest issues that any memorable cast a vote on. we come to it seriously and committed to getting the facts and comi
Al Jazeera America
Sep 23, 2013 5:00pm EDT
disease control. >> anything that increases tobacco use is a big problem. right now there are several things very concerning. one of them is the rapid increase of kids use e-cigarettes. >> use has been skyrocketing. this year alone sales are expected to reach $1 billion. still well blov the $80 billion figure for conventional cigarettes. you can find them in convenience stores across the country, and only 20 states prohibit sales to minors. each of the big three u.s. tobacco companies are working on their own electronic products. here's how it works. shaped like a cigarette and about the same size, an internl rechargeable battery powers a heating unit that warms a nicotine liquid and vaporrizer. to some the draw of e-cigarettes is the freedom is gives to puff away. >> it was the ease of it. it was the fact you could do it inside. it was the fact that it wasn't as, like, chemically and odory as cigarettes. >> peter callahan is a radio producer and gets stuck in the studio for hours on end without a smoke break. an e-cigarette helps ease his cravings. >> i get the e-cigarettes mostly be
SFGTV
Sep 25, 2013 11:00pm PDT
us access to the national network of partnership schools and many of you are that are familiar with family engagement with known with joyce epistein that runs the community of schools. she's the trainer. the work not only in our area team family engagement coordinate oris but also staff that will be around the family engagement tools and best practices of the natural network of schools. so we are excited about that. two additional pieces of work moving forward and really this is recognizing that this structural changes require attention and a lot of work to figure out what are our there are other advisory committees that exist as a part of compliance measures that we are trying to connect more. none of this work should be about compliance per say but should be about capacity building. we are excited. there is a lot to do. it unpacking a pretty crowded garage of things and putting some sense of order to them. i think that everybody that we'll talked to is really excited about it. thank you. >> just the last thing i want to say is very much about capacity building is this saturday and
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2013 5:00pm EDT
u.s. repeatedly, members of congress have spoken out about the grave on sequences of the use of chemical weapons. it's a policynd the stated that the actions of require us tome respond. the world is watching and wondering, not whether if the assad regime did this, that is beyond question. the world is wondering if the u.s. is going to consent through aside whilestand this kind of brutality is allowed to happen without consequence. in the nearly 100 years since this commitment against chemical weapons was made, only to tyrants have dared to cross -- only two tyrants have dared to cross the line. assad is the third. history hold nothing but information for those criminals. history also holds very little sympathy for their enablers. that is the gravity of the moment. that is what is at stake in the decision that congress faces. syria, bottom line, is important to us for many reasons. you cannot overlook the danger pose to theeapons middle east and to our allies and our friends. you cannot overlook the threat they face to the u.s. if they fall into the wrong hands or if they are use
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2013 9:00pm EDT
military intervention saying there was little doubt syria used chemical weapons. members eventually voted 285-2782 not to move forward with military force. up next, some of that debate between the prime minister and other members of the house of commons. this is just over an hour. >> the british house rejected a proposal for the response to syria. mr. cameron had recalled parliament to outline the basis for military action, saying it was beyond doubt that the syrian government used chemical weapons against its own people and that the uk cannot stand aside. >> we begin with members of the house motion, motion number 1. the leader of the house to move the motion. thank you. we have a summary of the government's legal position, making it explicit that no action would have a legal basis at the moment. we have the legal basis from the joint intelligence committee. e have a motion from the government to set back a path of steps that need to be taken before britain can participate in any military action. they include another vote in this house of commons. even if all of these steps are tak
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2013 10:00am EDT
last year all assad will use chemical weapons as a routine weapon to turn the tide of the civil war? >> the likelihood is very high. he would use them again. >> mr. secretary. >> i agree completely. i may even put it out 100%. should go check the intel on it. i think you will be convinced. probably 100%. >> if you are right, that it is 100% we will see them used routinely in the civil war, what is the probability that such weapons will also get into the hands of has both the and other elements supporting the assad regime and thus proliferate the region against friend and foe? >> i cannot give you that probability. i just do not know what it is. i do know there are three principal supporters of assad and the rest of the world is in horror. iran, hezbollah, and russia. if iran and has below are allowed to both see him stay in power as well as do so with the use of typical weapons, that is extraordinarily dangerous for jordan, israel, lebanon, and our interests. can see that around 1035 eastern. now "newsmakers." >> joining us on "newsmakers" is representative xavier chairman ofocratic
SFGTV
Sep 29, 2013 11:30am PDT
also an event is a one time thing, we are looking at how we other us that to launch, to understand better a lot of topics that family leaders and emerging leaders want to know and need to know more about and figure out how to address those needs and support them and look at how we are going to reimagine the school summit to look at how communities are more engaged in their school budget and programmatic evaluation and process. we are just starting this whole big thing off this saturday. >> thank you. any questions or comments from board members? >> i will troo try to be brief. i think it's a long time. what i would also and of course we all know joyce epistein. what i'm wondering about is that while the study shows that this sense of efficacy with parents is a really powerful thing. so, i was wondering sort of what kind of measures that you are using within your own departments and measure efficacy. we always do things like i feel hike in the past we've measured things like how many community events did you have. how -- is there a bulletin board that says hello in the hallway. but
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